Types of Skin Cancers
Squamous and basal cell skin cancers. These cancers are categorized as non-melanomas. Usually, they begin in the squamous and basal cell, thus the names. These are located just at the base of the skin’s outer layer.
Most of the time, non-melanoma skin cancers occur on the parts of the body that are exposed to the sun, including the face, neck, lips, ear, as well as the back of the hands. They can either be slow or fast growing, depending on the kind, but they seldom spread to other parts of our body. Squamous or basal cell cancers have higher chances of being cured if they are discovered early and treated right then.